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We were lucky to come across Charles on our visit to Dover Beach. There was still a little seaweed here but not as bad as it had been and we booked our two kids ages 11 and 13 into a surfing lesson with Charles son...More
The area was not appealing, plain and simple. I walked by the beach while heading to a restaurant thinking perhaps I would come back for a swim. I went to Carlisle Bay and that was better but Mullins beachwas the best for me during my...More
Such a shame that a normally beautiful beach has been blighted by seaweed. The beach is deserted compared to its usual hive of tourist activity. The sea is not pleasant to swim in at this current time. Head further up the west coast to Accra...More
I only have one word: Gorgeous. All beaches in Barbados are public even on resorts, so you won't find secluded beaches, but it wasn't very crowded, and the best part is the vendors don't hound you to buy stuff as they try to sale their...More
This beach can be a nice beach to go to if you are having breakfast at a cafe nearby and just want to be in walking distance. As of right now I don't reccomend this beach due to the seaweed, rough waters, and of course...More
I generally enjoy this beach tremendously however on this visit the seaweed is terrible! The sand is still gorgeous but the water is disgusting and there is a slight smell to it. The locals say it should clear and gave suggestions on where to visit...More
Hi Angie! Almost all beaches are open to the public for swimming in Barbados. Most have a guard post to display if the conditions are favorable, fair, or if swimming is prohibited at the time. Due to your travel not being... More
Hi Angie! Almost all beaches are open to the public for swimming in Barbados. Most have a guard post to display if the conditions are favorable, fair, or if swimming is prohibited at the time. Due to your travel not being until the end of October it is difficult to gauge how it will be at that time. I suggest just stayimh where you are and if Worthing Beach is not an option you can travel to another beach as the island is easily accessible and maneuverable by local transport or taxi. I hope this helps!